Opening 6 MONTHS Of the SAME ART BOX?!

Opening 6 MONTHS Of the SAME ART BOX?!


Hello there! So today I want to apologize in advance because I have had four hours of sleep, so if I seem like a bit of an… *stammers* mm-hmm, if I seem a bit of THAT in this video, that is why. Today is an exciting day because I officially have six months worth of this art supply box, and I wanted to open them all on camera and show you what’s inside and we can decide together how decent an art box this is because usually – I’m gonna put this down because my arm’s gonna FALL OFF! Usually when I test art boxes, I’m either testing one month or sometimes I’m testing two because you can’t really judge a box based on one month because it might be having an off month. So I thought I would judge these boxes on the past six months. Before I start though, I’d just like to tell you that I officially have my Inktober bear book called “Arthur.” So basically, it’s filled with 31 original drawings that I did for Inktober, but I’m really really excited about it. They’re on my website now available. Each one is actually going to be signed, right here on the front page. So if you’d like one, link will be in the description. These are by Smart Art. These boxes work out about $50 with shipping so it’s one of the more pricey boxes. So Smart Art was actually the box that Jazza’s Jazzy art box was made through and that was a really good box, so I’m curious to see what’s gonna be inside of these. Okay, let’s see. This is… stained glass painting! That’s the first thing I’m seeing. We have a DuraLar acetate alternative wet media film. I can’t say I’ve ever heard of this before but apparently, it’s two-sided coating, reusable and cuts cleanly so I’m not really sure what they’re gonna want us to do with that but we will see. We have a lot of bubble wrap! A lot of – a lot of bubble – ohh! Oh, okay! I think I know what these are. Ooh, it’s glittery! It is GlassArt by Marabu. I’m guessing that these ones that I’m seeing here are actually the GlassArt paints too. We have a violet – that was sideways. *Laughs* Lots of plastic. Not liking that. We have a Parisian blue. This one is emerald which I get a feeling I’m gonna really like this one because I absolutely love, I love emerald so much. We have three more colors. So we have a turquoise, a vermillion, and last but not least we have a lemon. There’s quite a lot in this box actually. So we have odorless paint thinner which is in like, a little… container, I’m not sure if I’m gonna take it out but it’s by Speedball. We have a porcelain and glass paint marker. Ooh, we have a paintbrush! This paintbrush is by Grumbacher. We have a – is this glass? If it is glass, I kind of appreciate it because I wouldn’t want it to be plastic. *Taps glass* I don’t know if we’re gonna paint on that with our glass gloss paints or if we’re gonna just use it as a rinser cup. And last but not least, inside of this box, we have some relief paste. Isn’t that like, what you use for diaper rash on babies? *Record scratch* (Chloe, OC): Hey. What? (OC): Wash your hair. I know you had the flu while you were filming this and your hair was in a bun for four days, but pull yourself together cause this video is being sponsored by Function of Beauty. You might be wondering why I’m talking about shampoo on an art channel. Well, I will tell you that I spend 90% of my life with paint in my hair or my hair in a bun to avoid getting paint in my hair. So I need shampoo more than any beauty blogger out there! They do not understand the struggle. So Function of Beauty is a shampoo brand that creates custom formulas for your hair type and your hair goals. And it’s really cool because on their website you take a really really simple, two minute quiz, and you tell them your hair type, your hair goals. I personally picked anti-frizz, shine, deep conditioning, reduce brassiness; you can also pick the color and scent of your shampoo. I chose the scent all (you)calyptus because that was 100% natural and I’m all for that. I also chose the dye-free conditioner and the only reason my shampoo isn’t dye-free is because it’s the anti-brass. Artistry. What I really like about it as well is it’s completely cruelty-free and you know what, it’s just nice, cause it feels like there’s finally a shampoo that’s made just for me and my type of hair. My hair’s felt a lot stronger. It just feels just, softer and shinier, so if you would like to try Function of Beauty for yourself, your first order can be 20% off with the link down below in the description. Thank you so much to Function of Beauty for sponsoring this video today and let’s get back to the art unboxing. So inside they have a HUGE instruction manual. This is what I like about Smart Art, the instructions are way better than pretty much most other art boxes in that sense. They do spend a lot of time on it, they say that these little Marabu glass paints actually retail for $2.99 each. “The relief paste is a water-based high viscosity paint, which is applied from a tube with a fine line tip. This can be used to either outline design in relief, on glass, metal, plastic and other non-porous surface.” This is what we would use to make these little dark edges here and then we would fill in the, the outlines basically. “DuraLar is more economical, yet more dimensionally stable than wet media acetate. It is generally more flexible and less brittle than acetate, but otherwise has very similar characteristics. It is for use with inks, watercolors, acrylics, etc. The surface is reusable and can be washed gently with mild soap. Bonus item: tall, 8-ounce, clear glass jar.” “This 8-ounce jar features straight sides, relatively square shoulders and base, which makes it ideal for full wrap labels.” So basically they’re like, “Hey, here’s a glass jar. Enjoy that! That’s what it looks like. It’s got straight shoulders.” Apparently the Mona Lisa odorless paint thinner is a bonus item as well, I thought that was just a necessity of this box but apparently it’s a bonus item. So apparently you use the DuraLar sheets to get started and when you have a bit of experience with them, that is when you use the straight shouldered glass, apparently. So it looks quite cool. They’ve given you like, an idea about like, a peacock-type thing. It looks really cool, I definitely want to try this at some point because it looks very very fun. So I personally would be really really happy to receive – well I did receive it. I did – I did receive it. But you know what I mean, I, I was very happy to open that and look inside. I thought it was a really good box. I’d probably give it like, a 7 out of 10. If I get through this video without giving myself a paper cut from opening these boxes with pens, it’ll be a miracle. Okay, so this is the… Do you mind? This is the August box, I’m very excited to see what’s inside. Oh, okay. This one looks like it’s more… I’m gonna say this one’s either markers or pencils, just going by the very obvious pencil/marker drawing on the front. *Gasps* Oh wow, look at this box! That’s actually really impressive, there’s a lot in here. So we have a full Faber-Castell Pitt Graphite set. So we have an eraser, we have a bunch of different graphite pencils, we have a crayon and we have a pencil sharpener. We – okay, this has confused me because now we have a temporary tattoo kit. Um… that threw me a bit. I wasn’t expecting that but… okay. So, easy to use, safe and non-toxic, tattoo lasts – one to two weeks?! Oh, I can’t commit for that long to a tattoo. No chance. This is why I never get a tattoo because I just would, I would grow to like, wanna change it or get it off of me. I think I will try it for the sake of this video, but that’s about it. We have a graphics fine-liner, I get these a LOT in art subscription boxes. I’m not sure if it’s because they’re like, easy to buy in bulk or if it’s just because they’re, they’re ch- *Phone dings* Interrupting my video. You’re interrupting my video! In – okay, yeah, I’ve had this set like, three times before. It’s got red, blue, green and black. Next up, we have some little stumped Tortillions here. These are very very good for blending if you’ve not used them before or just like a hankie, tissue, cotton bud, same thing. For that, I guess we’re gonna smudge out our tattoos. Is that a thing? Oh, is that a sticker? Oh! Is that a – Oh, we’ve got a sticker. Okay. So we’ve got a little sticker. It’s different – *Phone dings* AARGH! And this is the last thing in this box. So this box seemed like it, and it does have a lot in it to be fair, but I feel like me personally, this type of thing isn’t my type of box which is why you’ve always got to try out several months of an art box because sometimes you are gonna receive supplies that you wouldn’t necessarily want to use, but it’s a good way to experiment and we have a 4×6 Altar, Artle – Art Alternatives sketchbook that is spiral-bound. This paper is – quite thin so it’s gonna be fine for 75 pounds, it’s gonna be fine for like, the sketching and stuff. So in this brochure, right here… This month, we challenge you to get back to basic sharpening your sketching skills to create a graphite drawing, plus usual sketching skills to create a temporary tattoo using the Jaguar kit. It’s different, that’s the word I’m gonna use. Okay, we are halfway through now with the September box. Let’s see what’s inside. Avoiding paper cuts. Ahhh – ooh, this one looks pretty! So we have some Ecoline markers. These are very cool. They’re very good markers, I do like them a lot. So we’ve got a bunch of alcohol inks here, as you can see in varying colors, we have a blue, a red, a white, a green, a purple and a yellow. So we’ve got a nice selection there. We have a – ooh, this is a nice paintbrush! I like this one, I like when they have clear paintbrushes, I think they’re very cool. So this is the royal paint brush as you can see. It’s got a nice… bend, oh, it’s actually stiff. Well, when we put water on it, it’ll be okay! But it’s quite a nice paintbrush. Not that you can see it cause… camera hates me! Okay, we have a random watermelon Jolly Rancher! Um, I don’t think this box normally gives snacks unless they start from now on, unless I just didn’t have them in my last boxes in which case I’m upset because I like getting candy in my art boxes! It’s very pleasant. Another DuraLar. What is DuraLar? I’ve never heard of it before. Matte film? So I’m guessing this is exactly the same as what we had in that other box, except it’s a matte version not a gloss window glass-like… thing. And last but not least, we have a piece of paper. “Ready-cut watercolor paper, cold-press, three sheets, 8×10, Series 500, 100% cotton.” Always good, get 100% cotton when you can! “So in our instruction manual… Oh. “This month we challenge you to create an alcohol ink painting. Using the materials provided in this month’s box to create an eye-catching kaleidoscope design, let the inks flow freely and watch as your piece comes together right before you.” So for this month, I would probably give it a 6 or 7 maybe, 6 and a half. I think it’s a good box, again, not really something that I personally would use, this is just my personal opinion. This isn’t me saying the box is bad, it’s just me saying that I personally wouldn’t use it, but it’s also a good way to introduce myself to those types of things and it’s well put together so, 6 and a half. Next up we have the October Smart Art box and this is the last box with this kind of design because afterwards they actually changed the design to look like this. *Singing* Don’t give me a paper cut! *Normal voice* They used more tape on this one. And… Oh! Ohh. They’ve begun putting tape on the sides and I think that’s a good idea, because I noticed a lot of the time in their older boxes that I’ve just opened, sometimes the like, leaflet brochure thing does slide out, so this prevents it from getting lost in the mail, even though I’ve never really had that issue before. Ooh! Okay. Hand lettering, I like the look of this one. And the brochures are now smaller as well! I wonder if this is a thing going forward. This is a much more appropriate size, I think. So we have a hand lettering… is this a sketch thing? Okay, it’s a hand lettering sheet set, so if you want to practice on our hand lettering, which – I love hand lettering, I’m just not very good at it, but this is, this is this. Not heard of this before so curious to try that. Next up we have a Artist Studio Cretacolor coloring pencils. I have never heard of these! I literally have not heard of these. Are like, these like, a good brand or are they like, a cheaper brand? I’ll obviously look in the brochure in a minute, but that’s what they look like. And there’s 24 Artist Studio line coloring pencils. I’m not really sure why they have coloring pencils in a hand lettering box, but I’m sure we’ll find out later. We have another candy! And this is a Sour Punch candy and it looks – ugh, I love sour things. We have another little sticker that just says “Smart Art” on it in the shape of like, a superhero-esque logo thing from a comic! That was a really lengthy way to put that! We have a… there’s like a smoosh on it and it kind of looks like something when you’ve like, got like, a little fly and you’re just like, “whack!” and then it kinda makes a mark. You see that? I don’t know if you can see that but that’s what it looks like, somebody’s been killing flies with my art supplies! That rhymed. That’s great. I’m a poet and I didn’t know it. Fantastic. Great. Let’s move on. These are waterproof, “permanent on paper, does not bleed through the paper, odorless, acid-free, pH neutral.” So I’m guessing they’re alcohol-based? Next up we have – ooh, we’ve got a Faber-Castell. Oh, it’s a pen, is it? Is it a pen or is it a – ? No, it’s a mechanical pencil, okay, good. Next up we have a 4 Pitt artist pens, black India ink, marker set. And last but not least we have a Faber-Castell eraser. I really really like this box, I would definitely give it probably a 7 out of 10 for this particular one, I think that it has a few things that I’ve not seen in subscription boxes before. I’m a bit confused why they do have the colored pencils so I think I’m gonna look now and see what it says in the brochure. So I’m a bit confused because maybe it’s just supposed to be an ink box, not necessarily a hand lettering box because when you look inside the instructions, it’s just teaching you how to make like, manga-type stuff how to draw different bodies and manga-style faces and bodies and stuff. I would use it for different reasons, like, I’d probably use it to draw some of my bears maybe because I love making my bears in ink, again, self promo if you like one of my books! These are all ink drawings. But yeah, I liked that box. I would give it 6 and a half, 7 out of 10. Okay, we are getting down to the last two boxes, this is the first redesign that they made so let’s open this baby up and see what’s inside. Okay, oh, the inside’s different, too! It’s a little heart with… “try, fun, can, price, box, use, draw, perfectly” – Oh, it’s just random words. Okay. Don’t read it in that order. Oh wow, this is really full! This is a very full box. And this looks like it’s gonna be acrylic-based maybe. So we have some synthetic sponges. These are by Royal & Langnickel. Then we have a… backscratcher? I think you use this to actually mix the paint and like, create texture and stuff on the canvas. Never used one before but I’m pretty sure that’s what they’re for. We’ll find out in a minute. Okay, we have some Acryl Mousse Mixed Media by Marabu. We have one in pink… purpley lavender… We have a lollipop. But it’s caramel apple so I – *disgusted* mmmm. We have another Smart Art sticker! Which goes based on this kind of theme, again with the box. Pebeo Mat Pub. Okay, so it looks like this is actually like, 3D thick paint that you can make textures with so that’s quite cool, I like that. So, “fluid, extra-fine acrylic colors for outdoor and indoor applications, extra fine acrylic, um, retains its shape when applied in volume,” and it’s UV resistant! So that’s really neat. Not really sure what I would use it on outside personally, but I’m sure there’s use for it. We have a little canvas, it’s a bit dirty, like by a bit, I mean very dirty, but you’re gonna paint over it anyway, so it doesn’t really matter. We have a silhouette stencil, which looks like… that. Last of all, we have a flat board canvas. This is just like… I really like these personally. So I really like this box, I’d probably say this is my favorite box purely because I love acrylic paint and this is a form of acrylic paint and I don’t feel like you get acrylic paint boxes very often so I would give this one probably an 8 out of 10, there’s a lot of effort that’s gone into it and I definitely feel that I got my money’s worth. So you squeeze a line of the mousse paint onto the canvas, then you spread it with the sponge. You can position the silhouette stencil to your liking, apply small drops of paint over the stencil and uses the – and use the edges of the catalyst contour tool to gently spread the paint. So you kind of get a really cool effect. And last but not least, am I going to get a paper cut or am I not? Let’s see, shall we? The December box and I have high hopes for this because it is the last box of the year. So fingers crossed it’s a decent box. Ahhh! Oh, I see another lollipop! This one looks like it’s a wet medium – oh, oil?! Oh no. Oh no. We have some Van GO, Van GOTH, Van GOGH, however you say it, oil colors. This already is a really good box. Like, to have these in there I think is a great idea. So we’ve got like, a mini set with white, yellow, red, blue, green and – brown? I’ve used oil paints once in my life and I personally prefer acrylic paint because you can just kind of make your piece in one sitting if you want to whereas oil paints, you kind of have to wait sometimes weeks for each layer to dry and that’s, that’s good for some people but for me personally, I don’t really like that. So we have some odorless turpenoid, which is a turpentine substitute. So this is basically a thinner for the oil paints. We have a – is this a mixing bowl? Washer. Plastic. I’m gonna use that for my – acrylics? We have a GINORMOUS paintbrush. This is by Royal & Langnickel. It’s a nice thick, thick brush there as you can see. Ooh, we’ve got more paintbrushes! Okay, this one is by Royal. One of those clear brushes again, with a nice thick tip. A fan brush, I think these are good, I’ve never actually used fan brushes, but I think these are good for like, blending. Next up we have a little plastic paint palette. Which looks like this. Nice little traditional palette. A Smart Art sticker! As per the usual now. And very very last but very not least, very, very – is last unleast. A Hahnemuhle Natural White. Is it just a board? Two boards. Two boards? One board. One board. “230 grams, 110 pounds.” It’s basically a board that you can oil paint on, I’m guessing because that’s all you’ve got here. So this box, very very good box. Like, for the last book of the year, very very impressed, I’d give this an 8 out of 10, I think, if not maybe a 9, I think that they put this together very well. So you’ve got some tutorials inside showing you how to do like, oil painting if you’ve never done it before. So that was all of the boxes, let me know in the comments down below which box was your favorite and if you think that you would sign up for Smart Art if you don’t already. I personally was very impressed with all of the, with all of these boxes, like, like any box, you have months where you’re kind of a bit eh, but most of these on, like, on average most of these are very very good so I was impressed with Smart Art. Good job Smart Art! By the way, just a disclaimer, none of these boxes were sent to me for free. I paid for all of these out of my own money. Just, just a – just a disclaimer. So thank you so much for watching this video today, I really hope that you enjoyed it, take care of yourselves and I will see you in the next video.

Dereck Turner

100 thoughts on “Opening 6 MONTHS Of the SAME ART BOX?!

  1. Chloe Rose Art says:

    My art book is out now! Once it’s sold it’s not being reprinted, there’s a little over 100 left so get one while you can! www.artofchloerose.com/shop

  2. Nikki 서 현 says:

    LOL 4 hours of sleep is all I get every day.

  3. Felicity Guinn says:

    "Somebody's been killing flies with my art supplies"
    I'm dying LOL

  4. Hailey Miller says:

    I feel these art boxes would be best for a “beginner” artist that’s still finding themselves and what they like to do, new supplies would be great and little additions to small artists supplies yknow?

  5. pockies says:

    110lbs? I'm confused that would be about how much u weigh… that paper wasn't definitely not 110 pounds lol.

  6. Grace Stafford says:

    my favorite unboxing channel! 😌🤩🤩✨

  7. MyLyfeThruTheLens says:

    I felt so incredibly disrespected by how you threw that caramel apple lollipop away 😂

  8. Letter Wrap says:

    With so many art boxes I wish this couldve been filmed where the camera was pointing straight on top of a desk

  9. JENIFER ARIANA CONTRERAS PULIDOÊ says:

    Is it just me or she talks like Pandora from skins?

  10. luckyfelix says:

    "lots of plastic, not liking that" come on girl, as if the shipping of these boxes (with stuff you could also buy at stores nearby) was super eco friendly lol

  11. jaymi xo says:

    "i'm not an art subscription box unboxing channel"

  12. notcoolatall says:

    Im not even an artist or know anything about art or drawing in general but here i am at 1am.

  13. Natalia Nugent says:

    I thought you said smart arse sticker

  14. Kani yaru says:

    As someone who's been using Function of Beauty for a year now:
    SO worth it! Seriously, get your hands on that stuff. A little goes a long way and it does WONDERS!
    Doesn't strip colour out, either! And you can literally choose what you want from your shampoo and conditioner. They also got masks, oil, leave-in and all that stuffy now! Yes, it is a bit pricy, but the smallest bottles last me for a good 4 months or longer (I do have short hair, tho). Can really recommend it!
    Also, the scents are fairly strong so going with mild is better lol
    I had peach, eucalyptus and milkshake before. Peach is my favourite! AND the colour of the shampoo/conditioner isn't hairdye! It is just to look pretty. Doesn't dye or stain your hair, unless you chose recude brassiness, then the shampoo is purple shampoo to cancel out yellow tones!

  15. Marina Kyriacou says:

    I love the oil paints box, I love oil paints but I haven't used them in so long >.<

  16. elnubnub says:

    Are you dumb ? you had 4 hours of sleep then make a video, just do it tomorrow dummy, you can make video at any moment, if you are tired, you wait ….so next time you have 4 hours of sleep, keep it to yourself, to me, it only means that you have no respect for the viewers…..but still you had enough energy to have this elaborate make-up on your face

  17. Radio London says:

    You remind me of Katy Perry. Great sense of humor

  18. santsin says:

    Girrrrl the outside paint would be cool for plant pots. OwO

  19. R.S. Davis says:

    I love this

  20. Mallory woodkid says:

    I just noticed how many good art supplies come from Germany!
    Just like my Greetings to you! 😊

  21. Recovering Soul says:

    If I had the money and the time, I would subscribe to this. I really liked the oil paint one.

  22. Elisabeth Hageman says:

    Hey Chloe! I have a question for you – know how you've done Inktober? Apparently there's also something called Acrylic April! Ever done it? Heard of it? Interested in doing it in April so we can see more of your beautiful work (and I can have an excuse to go buy more acrylic paints 🤭)?

  23. Sinyaka says:

    This is the same subscription box that Rae had a bad time with so I am surprised you chose this one. They seem to have improved their boxes so at least there is that.

  24. reagan M says:

    all americans when she threw the carmel apple sucker:🤭😦😳🤯

  25. lollypopsical135 says:

    Completely unrelated to the content of the video, but has anyone ever said that you look similar to Anna Kendrick?!

  26. Sabine Schworm says:

    The Hahnemühle Öl 230 are 10 papers

  27. Amanda Thrasher says:

    Art ala Carte opens these boxes on her channel too. I loved watching you open and try the boxes and seeing different projects with the same supplies. 🙂

  28. GasMaskMonster says:

    title seemed a bit click bate-y. I expected boxes with identical items inside + disappointment/rage

  29. AmplifiedYeesh says:

    Backscratcher? Backscratcher!

  30. EveyEverlasting says:

    230grams, 110lbs? I weigh 110lbs I doubt the art board weighs that
    I’m confused 😂

  31. Amy Wazwaz says:

    I wasn’t sure if I liked the art boxes or not. But I think they are not for me. This was a great video though. Thanks for opening so many at once. It was great to be able to See them compared all at once. I don’t feel like I would like them though. I think they are for beginners for sure. And too widely spread out. I feel like they could of done each box more in depth in one category rather than jumping around and adding odd things. I feel like for a box to be great value. If it costs $50. It needs to have like $100 or more worth of retail priced items. Not just $50 retail prices.

  32. rachelrickgauer03 says:

    Dang girl you’re becoming a art subscription box lol 😂

    WOW THANKS FOR THE LIKES GUYS 400 DANG THATS ALOT.

  33. rachelrickgauer03 says:

    Ok if u don’t like the box why did you buy it then.

  34. Taku says:

    Awww it's so cute how you pronounce "Grumbacher" <3
    *continues watching *

  35. Ash Kay says:

    Who else thinks she has the prettiest hair?

  36. alison sui says:

    I just watched some of ur older videos and u watch Sherlock, doctor who, supernatural ,merlin ,and once upon a time wow 😮 we are very similar I have not met anyone yet that likes merlin

  37. Lisa Leone says:

    I'm kind of over subscription boxes in general. I never go by what the box says the contents are worth retail, I always think "what would I pay for them", and it's rare that you get something that truly makes the whole box worthwhile.

  38. illusion says:

    '…PH neutral, so i guess they are acid based'

  39. Amelie Coetser says:

    Hi

  40. Peyt Talks Daily says:

    I wasn't aware of art boxes (mystery boxes?) it sounds like a good thing to buy someone as a Christmas present because I never know what to get anyone

  41. Lozza Jozza says:

    What the hell is happening in the world? Why do kids like this garbage (not just this one so no offence but the whole YouTube thing)? I need to go to bed.

  42. Zoe Syverson says:

    Chloe, this is the best way I could contact you before forgetting. Thanks to your promotion I was made aware of Team Trees and we did it! Huge huge huge thank you for being the informant and giving us the means to be a part of this massive movement

  43. • Auturn • says:

    Chloe: “I love Emeralds”
    Kakyoin : “Hey there”

  44. BigHairyKev says:

    Supporting with a HAIRY BLUE THUMB of ENCOURAGEMENT! ⭐😃👍

  45. Booksnink says:

    Wow your book looks beautiful

  46. Booksnink says:

    Loving the temporary tattoo item, where could this be purchased from? I’m new to your channel btw, have just found you

  47. Bryanna Smith says:

    Did you hear that team trees reached their $20 million dollar goal!

  48. Art By :- Avinash K. Moghe says:

    Nice

  49. maya likes carrots says:

    You can't have too many subscriptions boxes, apart from 6, because why

  50. Carrot cake says:

    I LUV U.U DA BEST ARTIST EVA. O.O <3

  51. Follow Laystiktok on tik tok thx says:

    When she pronounced Manga wrong i was so flippen
    T R I G G E R E D

  52. xoscha1983 says:

    17:20 as a dutch person I can tell you your 3rd pronunciation was almost perfect!

    I personally would like the September box, just because I would like to try alcohol inks…
    Have a nice Christmas!

  53. Jana Hayes says:

    Chloe- I’m not an art subscription box channel

    Also chloe- makes this vid

    Me- mhm I can see

    Love you chloe

  54. Allison Christman says:

    I'm obsessed with the fact that you're opening your boxes with a pen.

  55. Windy Hawthorn says:

    I just ran across the
    Space & Beyond Box I thought you might like to review it and see if the box would be inspiration for artist. This is what it said on the site

    WHAT’S IN THE BOX?

    Each quarterly Space & Beyond Box features a collection of 5-7 specially curated space-themed items at a savings of over 30% off retail prices. The Box includes intriguing, high quality items and exclusive products not available anywhere else! It’s a space lover’s dream come true.

  56. Adnan Bhuiyan says:

    I finally found a non art box in box unboxing channel.

  57. Bonkers Brooke says:

    How much did u pay a month ??

  58. Pear Bear says:

    Chloe you should do an big unboxing of all the art boxes that you only subscribed for like 2 to 3 months because that is not a lot of boxes for 1 video so just unbox them all together in one or 2 videos

  59. Emma Poteet says:

    When she cut towards herself I had a heart attack lol

  60. Sven Haaijman says:

    17:17 "Van Go? Van Goph?"
    Me, a Dutch person: "Oh god, they never get it right, do they…"
    "Van Gogh?"
    "I take that back! That's really close!"
    Just make the first "G" sound exactly like the second one (the "G" and "gh" are pronounced the same) and replace the "a" sound in "van" with the "a" of "varnish" and you'll have the proper Dutch pronunciation!

  61. SilverHyena TV says:

    These look like so much fun! I'd LOVE to be able to afford these art subscription boxes. Thank you for sharing.

  62. Judith Taylor says:

    Seeing the products you received for $300 has helped me (unfortunately) decide at boxes are not for me. I would rather spend $300 on products I choose. But I did enjoy your video.

  63. Cecilia Granath says:

    ONE THING THAT I COULDN'T STOP THINKING ABOUT DURING THIS VIDEO ID THAT THE GLASSPAINT THINGS HAD WHAT LIKE SWEDISH, ALSO MARABOU IS A DELICIOUS SWEDISH CHOCOLATE

    Thats what I wanted to say, bye for now

  64. Renda Owens says:

    You are so darn adorable, I love watching your videos, just call me grandma, LOL

  65. Renda Owens says:

    Those have a lot of things in the boxes but, how much do they compare to the price you’re paying for each one? That was exciting to watch.

  66. AJ Labiste says:

    "Lots of plastic not liking that."
    -Chloe, 2019

    Me looks to people around me: yeah pretty much

  67. Madeline Golding says:

    Any one else watching this video with the flu?

  68. Poppypanda Rocks says:

    Camera zooms in and you hear ‘Super hero esque logo thing from a comic’
    -Chloe Rose 2019/2020

  69. Lularoe KaraleeAshley says:

    2:21 her raising her eyebrows in the back round, hahaha

  70. Francois Van Der Merwe says:

    Chloe, didn’t you say this isn’t becoming an art unboxing channel XD
    But seriously though, great content and love your art 😉

  71. Urfahni says:

    Fun fact: Faber-Castell's origine is in Nuremberg (Southern Germany), where their first pencil factory is, which is a public pencil museum today. Close to that factory is the Castell castle. Staedtler and Stabilo Schwan (I don't know how famous Stabilo is outside of Germany) have their origine as well in the area around Nuremberg.

    As an art student who comes from that region, it's just brilliant. :3 Because of factory outlats, possibilities for internships, I even got invited for testing products bevor they got sold on the open market and have I mentioned yet, that Faber-Castell has it's own art academy in the old factory above the pencil museum, where I did a pre university art course? It is indeed a beautiful city to grow up as an art interested child.

  72. neko2412neko says:

    I think those boxes are cute & have some nice stuff in there, especially when you like to play around and try new styles, but… for 300 $, you would get so much more stuff in the art shop itself…

  73. Lillie • 10 years ago says:

    i NEED the oil paint box!

  74. Sav Fox says:

    Purple cancels Yellow on the Color Wheel
    Me, with a Yellow and Browncharacter with green and purple highlights: oh

  75. saroj kumari drawing classes says:

    Superd

  76. Jean Proctor says:

    I liked all the boxes but for different reasons. They all had things in I'd use and things I'd have a go at using. I'm looking for a new subscription box (I get cosmetics and food/snack sub boxes at the mo) and I think this one would be nice because youo create something a bit more permanent (and healthier than a spare tyre round your middle from eating loads of foreign snacks), so I might give this one a go…when I've cancelled a couple of the other ones I get now. I'd been thinking about getting some of the Function Of Beauty shampoo and conditioner as well as I've seen it advertised a few times and became interested. But my scalp is easily irritated and it takes ages to find a shampoo/conditioner combo that my scalp and hair like and that it doesn't fall out with after a short while.

  77. The Road to Cosplay and Comic Con says:

    Im not that good of an artist but I try

  78. Ninja Keks says:

    The last pronunciation of "Van Gogh" was pretty decent 🙂 It's this kinda weird sound like there is something in your throat.

  79. beautytryouts says:

    OMFG….She just threw that caramel apple 🍭….That's BLASPHEMY❗

  80. The Irish Wanderer says:

    meh ,i have 4 hours sleep most days and i'm still fine where's my medal hahaha jk ..

  81. Ryan James says:

    Do you have an all time favourite art subscription box?

  82. Avacado Playz says:

    Lol I bet all art box’s give candy in the October one
    Also my b-day is in November so I like the new design,and my lucky number is 8.

  83. Ma Bo says:

    Great video but these boxes are trash, really expensive trash.

  84. Wendi Jackson says:

    An artist that cannot pronounce "Van Gogh"?
    😂😂😂😂🤔

  85. mintea says:

    Lol relief paint…it forms a gutta / border so the paint di sent go out if the lines..

  86. Ann Cotterill says:

    What is the best art box to buy also quite cheap

  87. This Box Is Lit says:

    How did you like the mousse acrylic paint? I've never seen that before. Did you make something nice with it? I'm curious about that now.

  88. Addicted Simmer says:

    Does anyone know where her Mickey turtleneck is from?

  89. Always Bolt the Bird says:

    10:23 just like my doggie when he pisses on the carpet haha

  90. Webstar Raps says:

    R you veagan

  91. TheDigitalGirl says:

    e

  92. GamerFan3485 says:

    Little bottle is paint brush cleaner it's reusable

  93. Scottish Quiney says:

    ( ◠‿◠ )

  94. f.j _fatima says:

    Why wasting money on boxes? While all what she needs is an acrylic paints 😅😅😅

  95. Kabuto Yakushi says:

    "I'm gonna use that for my acrylics"
    [makes a face]

    Me: LAUGHING.

    My art teacher had us use watercolor–which I don't really like. I prefer acrylic, so I sort of….did watercolor wrong? XD I guess? She told me she'd never seen someone make watercolor look so much like acrylic painting–but she wasn't mad. Lol.

  96. Hühner Mädl says:

    Cretacolor is a brand from my honecountry Austria, its a good quality brand(i havent tested their colored pencils, but i really like their other Products)

  97. Ros Biv says:

    Be honest who is scrolling through the comments in the middle of the vid

    I have to be honest me

  98. Am And Geo says:

    Moriah E was sponsored by them too! Love ya both!

  99. lauren H says:

    I think this could be really fun for a middle school/high school kid if they don’t get the opportunity to take art classes. I don’t really think the value is a $50 but the put together themes make up for that in my opinion for people just starting to get into arts and not really knowing what to do or what they like

  100. the great doggo says:

    Nobody:
    No one in the world:
    Cloe: erazer

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